How the Trump administration is forcing the removal of shoes from schools

The US Supreme Court on Friday rejected an attempt by the Trump White House to reverse an Obama administration rule requiring children to wear shoes at all times.

The court’s ruling was expected to mark the first time that Trump has sought to reverse a federal law.

The case, Doe v.

Trump, is the latest in a string of court challenges to the Trump campaign’s push to ban all outdoor activities.

Trump said at the time he had been inspired by the anti-government protests in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The US Supreme court on Friday refused to review a ruling that required Trump’s administration to remove shoes from public school playgrounds.

Trump, who took office on Jan. 20, is a supporter of the outdoor recreation movement and the repeal of the ban is expected to be a major campaign theme in 2018.